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Welcome Home!


Worthington Highlands is a 425 single-family home subdivision, conveniently located just east of Rt. 23, and north of 270,  in Columbus, Ohio and in the desirable Worthington School District. We are minutes from some of the best shopping and restaurants around.  The Polaris Fashion Place is less than one mile to the north.  Our subdivision is a safe, family-friendly neighborhood to call "home."


If you're a resident of Worthington Highlands feel free to browse around and sign in. Joining the HOA by paying the $35 yearly dues and creating an account on this site will allow you access to all of the WHHA information.  Feel free to browse around and contact us if you have questions.




September 5 2022 

  • The entryway beds on Park Rd. are under major reconstruction. Phase one is the tear out of the overgrown shrubs and plant life that have simply become too large for the space. Storrow still needs stumps removed, and Hightree still needs a significant amount of plant life removed. We hope to wrap this up by the end of October.

  • Dues payments continue to come in and we thank all that have contributed so far. We encourage every household to become a dues paying member by making a payment on the "Donate" link further down this page, or by mailing in the payment using the information found on the HOA Dues page.

June 11 2022 

  • The community yard sale date has been set for July 23rd, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The WHHA would like to thank Todd Holtzlander for once again organizing this event. He has taken charge of this for a few years now and does a great job!

June 11 2022 

  • WHHA dues notices went out at the end of May. So far about 25% of the neighborhood has paid their dues. Thank you. We are hoping to receive the majority of dues payments by the end of June.

June 11 2022 

  • WHHA continues to get requests about rules and regulations regarding food truck operations. We have added an information area to the 'Local Rules and Regulations' area in the Members only section.

Support WHHA
Support WHHA

YOUR 2022 SUPPORT IS Only $35!

  Please Support Worthington Highlands HOA in 2022

Your support payment of just $35 will help us:

  • Maintain and improve the entryways that offer the first impression of our neighborhood

  • Provide lighting at the Park Rd entrances

  • Maintain an up-to-date website

  • Have a voice in the Far North Area Development

  • Give attention to long-neglected items (trees, brush, fences, walls)


Pay dues any of these ways:

  • Check mailed or dropped off to: WHHA Treasurer - 7984 Brookpoint Pl, Westerville, OH 43081. Make check to "WHHA"

  • PayPal.me/WHHA​​

  • Chase Quick Pay - Name to send payment to: Jim Palmisano, email address: treasurerWHHA@gmail.com

Payments received by June 30 are greatly appreciated! 

Thank you!

For the latest HOA Financial Report, and for additional information such as Deed Restrictions, please

log in and visit the Members Only page. Thank you.


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Spring 2022 Newsletter

 Worthington Highlands turns 35 in 2022! There are still 10 neighbors who have been here since 1987, and we welcomed 31 new neighbors in 2021 (and no doubt a few more so far in 2022.) We wish all of our move-outs well wherever they have settled.



 As we know, with age comes challenges, and Worthington Highlands is no different. Your Association Officers have been busy dealing with the challenges that the increased need for maintenance that aging has brought about. We received complaints about sight lines at the Park Rd. exits from our neighborhood. Your Officers, along with Davey Tree cut back and cleared off the offending plantings over the Summer and received commendation from the City for our efforts. A dead tree was removed from one of the Sancus entryways, and some deteriorating fencing was removed. All of this was possible due to the generosity of 178 of our wonderful neighbors who stepped up and responded to our annual Support solicitation.


Looking Forward:


 However, each year brings other items that need to be addressed. Some of the items looming out there are the continued overgrowth of plantings in the entryway beds and evergreen trees along Park Rd. No doubt we are all feeling the effects of cost inflation, and the cost of maintaining our common areas have not escaped these effects. Despite this we have held our annual dues support request at $35 per year since 2013. You will receive a mailing later in the Spring asking for your support for 2022. Thank You to all who have provided your financial support, and we encourage everyone to do so. Remember – “We can only do what we can with what we have.” Our financial report at the end of this newsletter.


Contact Us:


 We encourage everyone to contact your Association Officers regarding anything. The easiest way to do this is to use the “Contact Us” tab at the top of the homepage of this website (www.worthingtonhighlands.com) Questions, criticisms, complaints, compliments – we really want to know how you feel about your Neighborhood and its Association!

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